Is there anything cauliflower can’t do? Nutrient-dense and high in antioxidants, cauliflower has become a pantry superstar for its ability to stand in for legumes and grains. Increasingly accepted as a stand-in for traditional pizza crust and rice, try it in place of chickpeas in hummus or flour in tortillas. Since cauliflower can so readily absorb the flavors and seasonings around it, consider giving it a more prominent place among your plant-forward menu options. Think outside of the box: The restaurant Sweet Liberty in Miami Beach, Fla. recently won accolades for its vegetarian cauliflower nachos, which are made with cheese, sauteed cauliflower, avocado crema, radishes, pickled jalapeño and pomegranate seeds.